Though they’re probably best known for of Montreal’s high-gloss psych-pop and Mates of State’s irresistible choruses, Polyvinyl Records have been responsible for some of the more singular and engaging records in all of indie rock. From Braid’s groundbreaking Frame and Canvas to the bounding bash-and-shout of Japandroids, Polyvinyl has always had a clear instinct for the Instant Classic. Check out new (free!) tracks from rising talents like Sonny & the Sunsets and Norse Horse, along with seasoned labelmates like Asobi Seksu and Deerhoof.
- Asobi Seksu,
- Loney Dear,
- Norse Horse,
- Of Montreal,
- Someone Still Love Your Boris Yeltsin,
- Sonny & the Sunsets,
- Xiu Xiu
By Lindsay Hood on 12.09.14 in News
Although they just released lousy with sylvianbriar last year, Of Montreal has already announced a follow-up. Forthcoming in Spring 2015, frontman Kevin Barnes said, via Pitchfork, that the new album Aureate Gloom would...
By Lindsay Hood on 11.21.14 in News
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By Andrew Parks on 11.11.14 in News
Considering Deerhoof’s always been a band you either love or loathe, it's no wonder why the shady character Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire, Revolutionary Road) plays in their new "Exit Only" video appears to los...
By Audrey White on 11.04.14 in Reviews
On La Isla Bonita, Deerhoof use their frenzied but polished noise rock to cope with the torpid frustration of the chaotic world around them. La Isla Bonita marks the San Francisco band's 13th full-length in a 20-year car...